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Saguenay, Canada

Kingsbrae Garden Plant Centre

Kingsbrae Garden Plant Centre

the Kingsbrae Garden Plant Centre is a comfortable option for visitors in order to purchase their stylish gardening needs they want.  Learn from our on staff horticulturalists how to improve your garden or even keep those pesky deer away. Particularly, visitors enjoy the vitality with seeing over 50,000 perennials themed gardens, ponds, streams, various animals and birds. In addition, great cuisine using the freshest products are prepared by multiy-award winning Chef. The plant centre features many product options including hanging baskets, mulch, soil, compost, seeds, magnolias, and thousands of perennials.

 

 

St. Andrews Blockhouse

St. Andrews Blockhouse

Built during the War of 1812, today it contains elements of the oldest blockhouse in New Brunswick. Located in the Niger Reef on Passamaquoddy Bay, it provided an excellent vantage point for soldiers keeping a watchful eye as fortification. This was one of 12 such structures used to defend New Brunswick during the war between Britain and the United States. Interpretive displays and guides explain and give help hands to tell you more about the construction of this building and the role it played. Unfortunately, it was partially destroyed by fire in 1993,however, the blockhouse has since been carefully restored. Today it looks much the same as it did in 1812, when British soldiers stationed there were on the lookout for American invaders.

 

 

Ross Memorial Museum

Ross Memorial Museum

The Ross Memorial Museum is a personal decorative arts collection displayed in a fine early 19th-century house in the National Historic District of St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. The museum and collection was left to the town of St. Andrews by its benefactors, Sarah Juliette Ross and her husband, Henry Phipps Ross. This tremendous building is so meaningful in that it has historic and architectually significance.

 

 

Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre

Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre

Established in 1964, Sunbury Shores explores the connections between art and Nature and has played a key role in educating the community about the importance of the arts and our natural environment. The thing is attractive it contains artists' studios, printmaking shop, pottery studio, exhibition gallery, and library as well as administrative offices with incredible staff of artists and naturalists provide instruction year round. Furthermore, it offers courses for children like children's art programs being availabe in July and August  through either outreach to schools or on our premises and weekend workshops in painting, pottery, rug hooking, stained glass, mosaics, printmaking, and various nature oriented activities.

 

 

St.Andrews Lighthouse

St.Andrews Lighthouse

St. Andrews was an important seaport in the early days of the Colony of New Brunswick, and, built in 1833, Pendlebury Lighthouse has lit the way for hundreds of vessels throughout history. In detail, it is the oldest remaining mainland lighthouse in New Brunswick and is commonly referred to as Pendlebury Lighthouse, the name of the family that tended the light for almost 100 years.. Now, it’s the oldest remaining mainland lighthouse in New Brunswick.

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